Penn’s Division of Public Safety released its 2022 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report, which includes campus crime statistics from 2019 through 2021.
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Penn’s Division of Public Safety (DPS) has officially named Kathleen Shields Anderson its new vice president.
After undergraduate students left campus at the end of the spring semester, construction projects to build and renovate select locations on campus went into high gear, and Penn has renamed several buildings.
A man was stabbed this morning at the 34th Street SEPTA Station, in what according to SEPTA officials appeared to be a domestic dispute.
Penn students living in Philadelphia over the summer flocked to enjoy the fireworks at the July 4 Wawa Welcome America festival in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. However, the event was soon filled with the screams of stampeding crowds as people fled from an active shooting incident.
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Rising College seniors Sofia Graziano and James Klusaritz spent the evening of June 5 together at their favorite karaoke bar O’Neals Pub. When the couple left the bar — located between 3rd and South Streets — around 11:30 p.m., they encountered a crowd of about 75 people in the street outside.
The Division of Public Safety acknowledged the work of Penn’s safety personnel at their first in-person commendation ceremony since the pandemic began.
The Social Planning and Events Committee announced on Instagram that Lil Yachty will be the third performer at Penn’s Spring Fling concert on Friday.
Koreana, a campus restaurant staple with a 15-year legacy, will close its doors on April 17.
Multiple gunshots were fired outside of the McDonald's at 40th and Walnut streets near campus late Tuesday evening.
Policy experts scrutinized the potential worldwide consequences of Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine in a Perry World House briefing event held at 4 p.m. on March 2.
A nationwide search for Penn's next Vice President for Public Safety has commenced following the retirement of Maureen Rush.
Carjackings in Philadelphia are soaring amid a city-wide surge in crime.
Five fire trucks surrounded the 40th and Walnut Street McDonald’s near campus on Thursday evening.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced in a press release that eligibility guidelines for transgender athletes will now be determined on a sport-by-sport basis by the national governing body of each sport, effective immediately.
Penn is among 16 universities accused of illegally colluding to reduce need-based financial aid, the Wall Street Journal reported.
William Schilling, 1966 College and 1969 Penn Law School graduate and retired Director of Financial Aid, died last Thursday in his family home.
Life at Penn was in disarray after students left campus in spring 2020. A year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, however, Penn’s decision to bring back students for the spring 2021 and fall 2021 semesters seemed to be a positive sign for a return to post-pandemic normalcy for both campus and Philadelphia businesses.